2010 Trial World Ski Championships tickets on sale now
The 2010 Trial World Ski Championships will be the first big event in Oslo’s new Holmenkollen ski jump and arena. Day passes for Saturday March 13 and Sunday March 14 are on sale now.
The 2011 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships will be held in Holmenkollen, and a new ski jump and arena are being built for the event. These will be tested during the 2010 Trial WSC, which consists of seven cross-country, Nordic combined and ski jumping events.
Ticket prices vary from NOK 230,- to NOK 520,- for adults and NOK 20,- to NOK 520,- for children ages 3-12. Children aged 2 and under do not need a ticket. Tickets are now available at www.billettservice.no and telephone 815 33 133.
The day passes include access to both the Holmenkollen ski jump and the ski arena.
2010 Trial WSC Programme
Saturday March 13
10.00-10.45 Nordic combined team – ski jumping
11.00-12.30: Cross country 30 km, women, mass start, free technique
12.45-15.15: Cross country 50 km men, mass start, free technique
14.45-16.45: Ski jump, official training
15.30-16.40: Nordic combined team – 4 x 5 km relay
17.15-18.20: Ski jumping qualification
Sunday March 14
10.00-10.45: Nordic combined individual – ski jumping
10.45-11.45: Cross country sprint, free technique, qualifying – men/women
12.00-12.40: Nordic combined individual – 10 km cross country, gunder
13.30-13.45: Opening ceremony, ski jumping
13.45-15.30: Ski jumping – individual
15.30-17.45: Cross country sprint, free technique, final – men/women
The forerunner of the Holmenkollen ski jump (“Holmenkollbakken”) was built in 1892, and in the intervening years many thrilling and keenly fought competitions have taken place in this traditional and world-renowned arena Holmenkollen is not merely a sports venue; it is also a tourist magnet of note. Drawing as it does well in excess of one million visitors annually, the jump is one of Norway’s most popular attractions.
The new Holmenkollen Ski Jump, designed by JDS Architects, will be a large hill with k-point 120 meters and jumps over 140 meters are expected. The new tower will consist of two floors. At the top of the tower there will be an outdoor viewing platform and the floor beneath will feature a new bar.
For more information see VisitOSLO.com / Skiforeningen.no